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-------- OK M’MINNVILLB, OR.,-------
uary 1, 1888.
¡W. D. FENTON................ Vice-Prefi’fent,
isthe progran.me for the open
[Jwo. WORTMAN . ................
temperance meeting to beheld next Wed
1 Traneicta a general Bathing B i-in "
potiiis ns-eivi J oMri t to iheck. heli- eight nesday evening, November 9th.
exebeoee end t reg a.thic triiirfer» ml Law
York, Ban b'ranciaeo uud Holtland.
June 24. ly.
Yamhill Co. Bank. Recitation—Mary Blr I.
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Re Ration—Lum Sampson.
.1. C. B1ULY,
Readir g—Mrs. Harris’.
W. 0. MobONALDi-Jr. ,
Music—Piof. Young. '
Trart-ecta n generiti Ranking Bufine1*, make«
collection» *>n ravi»r*M« term1*.
_ . ■ —
«g- Exchange on L*d<l & Til on, Partium!.
Exchange on The Hank of California.
Intereat allowed on time d. poalta.
.tannery, 1. 188«, tr.
Music—Mrs. Gates: .
The moment the court house debt
PUBUBdED EVEBY FB1D >Y
is saddled upon this county, her
L ibellous .—The Telephone of last week
warrants will drop to 90 cents on contained “ a conversation,” it said was
the dollar—a loss to~the county of held between the editor of this piaper and
thousands of dollars.
a gentleman from Polk county. The origi
nator of this conversation purposely.omit
ted to give the name of the man from
Polk so that none of his readers could en
quire for themselves whether it were true
The “conversation” «« falie
from beginning to end, and if we had
thought any cf our friendB would believe
such a conversation was ever indulged in,
we would have taken steps to furnish
proof of its falsity. This personal style
of carrying on the present campaigh was
commenced by the McMinnville papers,
and because we refrained from adopting
their habit of culling people by name and
defaming and abusing them, lhey took
the more liberty and' have continued to
keep it up to the pres nt time. We have
endeavored to answer all their arguments
in a fair and candid manner, and to what
extent we have succeeded we leave the
THE WAY IT WORKS.
people and voters to decide. Seveial oili
Clackamas couniy has - gone in er little references to the R egibteb have
debt at out $60,000 for a court house Wen ungentlemanly, not to say unjourn-
and other expenses, and the result ulistic; but what better could ,ono expect
from an amateur.
Taxpayers, don’t allow yourselves
to be humbugged with the idea that
will have to be built
Whether ftfeiounty seat is moved or
not. There is not a word of truth in
such nonsense. .No man has ever
heard a citizen of Lafayette urge or
advocate such a thing. It is a cry
started at McMinnville to deceive
you. Judge Laughary and J. S.
Hibbs are McMinnville men and
will never consent to build new
buildings at Lafayette if she de
manded them. But she don’t de
mand or want them.
is, her warrants are now only worth
90 cents on the dollar, and the as
sessment roll shows that there. iB
1168-191 less taxable property in
that county this year than there
•was last year. Now this is just
what the result will be in this
«OUnty if the county seat is moved.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dr- Davis, resilient dentist
Next time send your apology a week in
F. E. 8dph paid this office a pleasant
call last Saturday.
Highest price paid for all kinds of
wrought and cast iron. Apply to Carl
Joe. Davis, mentioned inithe-*« columns
last week, suicided in tlie jail in Marys
Ou townsman Tl ox. Husten, is in
Portland atte*ling the U. 8. circuit court
as a juryman.
Willard East brooks came up from
Portland Saturday on a short visit to
friends and relatives.
Money to loan on improved farming
lands, from one to live years time in sums
tt> suit. F bnton a F bxton , Iaifay>‘tte, Or.
The U. 8. supreme court has refused to
issue a writ of error in the anarchiat's
case, and it is thnnght the governor ot 11-
Hnois will net interfere.
For cash in hand I w’ll make ten par
emit, discount from Sept. 20th, 1887 to
January 1st, 1338 on all dental wort. B<-
■pectfully; D b . E. D a via, Iafayette, Or.
We arg in receipt ot Governor Pennoy-
,«r’a Thanksgiving proclamation.' He has
appointed Thirraday, November 24th aa
th" day. 'We wilt puMish it in full next
The Milwankeo Oil Grain boot *e carry
• ill turn water aa well as any boot made.
If von want to keep ypur feet dry and get
a shoe or boot that will wear weHr-call at
tho 1 af jyetto boot and shoe store, Harris
It will be s great thing for McMinnville
EanVi .nd eafroinatS'to
T hk J ail .—Within the past few days
two more prisoners ha.e lieen committed
to jail to await the action of the grand
jury. Six is the number now confined
there, and it is not crowded either, there
being room for as many more. In another
column will be found the rei>orts of the
two last grand juries, each of which is
signed and sworn to by seven qualified
citizens of this county. Have these four
teen mon perjured themselves? We
W ithout W abbant .—We are informed
by the county derk that the reference to
him by the Telephone of List veek was
made without his authority. He says
the buildings are here and any and
all are at liberty to cotr.e and see for
A ll Ripirr.—During this week seveial
voters from distant parts of the county
have come to Lafayette to inspect tlie
county buildings, and they unanimously
and with' one. accord pronounce them
large enough and alright.
Has it ever occured to you that the
prospective profits of McMinnville's capi
talists in shaving county warrants in
case the couniy seat is moved, is one
main reason why they ire ma .ing such
efforts to carry this election. County
bonds to the amount ol even (€0 000,
drawing interest at 8 par cer.t. running
, tenycars all held in McMinnville is quite
a revenue to that place.
- ti i e-
It is claimed that the increase of tax-
able property will enable a court house to
be built without increased tax» ion. But
under a court house debt Clackamas
county suffered a decrease the first year
in her proparty of »161,003. All of Which
took unto itself wings and flew away to a
more fave cable locality, where the blight
anil mildew of a court house tax does not
Uyoo want to mortgage the county to
McMinnville, her bunks and capiteliats
for »80,000 for ten years, then vote fog
that place. But ityou want to be free
from mortgages and debt» and have
AND TUB NARROW GAUGE BA1KBOAD.
COME AND SEE ME,
During the month of October the fol
Since my last there has been great re lowing transfers havo been made:
Tho narrow gau^e railroad has done a
Albert Cartwright and wife to Martha
great deal already, 'notwithstanding ita joicing among the fatihful. Our light,
incomplete condition, in huildingup Sheri guide and beneiactor has- recognized us, Et Sax, 831 50-100 acres, in t 3 s, r 3 w
If you want any-tlilne- in me line of
dan und Willamina and the surrounding and in a most flattering manner. We 1500.
L. Root and wife to Geo. W. Burt, part
country. And when completed to Port have received a communication Irom tho
land will bring those places ns near to McMinnville board ofTrade jind it has or lot 4, block 13, McMiunvillo; (1500.
John B. Brooks and 8. N. Brooks to
that city 1 y^rail as McMinnville. This removed all dou its from our n inde. For
of the s‘
will be a great benefit to that section of be it known that although our hearts are John F. Gerrish, a part of s e
AND I Wll£ M ake YOU MONEY, FOB
of section 6, t 2 s,,r 4 ip; (13E
country; and will aid in its develope- loyal and true to tho great cause, yet w
M. E. Cady to E. S. Cady, lots 6 and 7,
ment and progress more than uil other there were some who wondered what
agencies. The best interests of both would become of the present county section 21, t 2 s, r 3 w; also a part of W.
Buggies, Carts, Hack«, Wagons, Buford pl ows, and a full line of farming
Sheridan and Willamina are intimately buildings if the cotinty seat was moved to 8. Ayre’s donation claim; also a part of
in tteW«ßn‘ fOr the Celebratc« Steel 8keln LaBelle Wag«
connected with that, of tho narrow gauge
Chauncy Gramas et al, to Bostnnah
railroad. Anil thia is true of Newlierg moved. It is proposed -for the county to
and laiivyette; Whilst McMinnville’s purchaso Lafayette for a poor farm and Grames, the donation claim of Anson
best irfterest is connected with the broad use the present county buil lings, for the Henry and wife; (1.
Clrayson and wife to Edward
gauge. Now whatever is done to build accommodations of the poor. At first
of suction 30, t
lip McMinnville injures the narrow gnuge this seemed absurd, but when it waj e£- C. Buckner, s % of n w
87 Washington St,
railroad and thg towns along its line— pl.iiireit to us that although wo didn’t 2 s, r 3 w, containing 80 acres; (2200.
Sheridan and .Willamina surf-ring the
most. If McMinnville becomes the great after the farmers )i?d paid taxes for erect part of Matthew Patton’s donation claim,
center of trade as they claim it will be ing new county buildings, we were all, containing 105 6-100 acres; (3100.
8. A. Burnett to J. B. Gardner, lot in
with . the county sect, bheridan and satisflail. We felt sure that the voters
Willamina will cease to grow, and ulti
H. Hurley and wife tollaivey Denny,
mately cease to exift ; ami the same is Minm ill.i .will stay and enjoy the fruits of
if the' taxpay- a part of Matthew Patton’s donation
Of all Grades and the Latest Eastern Styles.
true of Lafayetfts and Newberg. If these their fabol* at tlie expetiHmil
ers, on* their .chairs, as tho
lio new court claim, containining 95 6 100 acies (32C0.
towns and their trade is destroyed the liouse
will be at Mc.Minnvi.le on its uh-
John Wortman and wife to R. A. Stew
narrow gauge will have no t rathe, rnd it
too, must ceilso to exist. If the jieopli of lierjanings. Oh we are all right and art, lot 1, block 14, Rowland’s addition to
THERE IS NO
81 eridan and Willamina will studv their Wheatland is alright. - Don’t you go to
Ii. A. Stewart and wife to L. I.aug' ary,
worrying those poor fellows at McMinn
own best intoiest and welfare they will
ville anv more. Why you are liable to" lot 1, block 14, Row laud’s addition to Mc
never vote for.’McMinnvilfe; but will do
or- land tine fr>r er 'city to animals. Minnville ; (700.
alHhey can lor Lafayette. A vote for
Tclemphy Taught. ’ For terms
U. 8. Patent toWm, F. Jones, dona
.1^-1 ever so «orry, you den’t know how
Lafayette is a vote for y-.ursclves. It i
•inrry. ilipt this shod I havo o. cured ; see tion claim, being parts of section 3 and 4, npplv to vr• (’. J. G <RDINER, or W.
now decided that this road will ha ex
A. GARDINER, Lafayfetfe, Oregon. 9
. 1111..a racing fever yoii have thrown the t 5 s, r 5 w, containing 3i0 acres.
But you will And an easy one to U
tended thro gli Willamina to the Nrstnr- . ♦
— Pjou will1
<"r’-<’LAo»e. into; why his mutterings are- Milton 8. Latham and William Norris,
ca bay next year; and then Iaifav- : -
i.irri! 1 : he thinks he is ridlng~bh the trustees’, to Darling Smith, s w % of tlie
will be in direct railroad commun cattoi
and lots 1, 2 and 3, section 5, t 2 s,'
■ars and acting as repirter for the R egis - n e
with Willamina and eheridon, and it •
—— an :
Don’t do so any more, it may* be r4 w, containing 145 ( 6-100 acres; (327.CO.
pooplo of these 1 laces can get on the c :r,
O. & C. railroad company to Dinting
and coiue directly to Liifavett to attu id
. It seems that we have been niisund. r- smith, 8 % of s e Ji and s e Ji of s w Jf,
to cotfnty business, and return tlw same
atiKsl by some one who 4uw tlie goal of Hecttou'5,“t 2 A, r 4 w, containing 120 acres;
his country i.t heart, und oh how sail a (oOd.
BEPORTOF THE GRAND JURY. - thing it is to be so misuxmetrued as to ap-
O. &. C. ra’lrcad company to Darling
n w Ji of s e Ji and n e Ji of s w
in tub ciBcurr coubt ok the state - o >
failed in my duty as scriho for tho board *i, Bection 5, t 2 e, r 4 w, containing 80
OREGON KOH YAMHILL COUNTY.
“jUrAH work warranted to give 8atMterHi>n
7b the Hon. R.'P. Boiu, Judge of laid of trade, if so I will cheerfully resign and ..cres; (140.
Court:— We, the grand jury, f >rsaid coun give place to the one, who has so much
O. & V. railroad company to Darling Thirlieu years pm el ice hi hoi>e*li"e>t'g ‘HSt
ty, drawn for the regul ir oepteinlier, 1837, control over his emotioiis as to stop the Smith, n e Ji of s B.Ji and s e J^of n e Ji
G. H. Westerfield.
term of said court, having completed our
M c M innville , or .
labors, beg leave to m'unit our final re
port: , JVe^kwve .i^refully examined into prudently abstain from entering into a acres; (140.
all complaints for the commission of controversy-on the county seat.
The atodk is always fresh, and U>*
U. 8 Patent to Mary Rice for lot 1, sec
crime made to us and liave disposed of
prier« are a-Ht down le
“Fair Play,” old fellow, (low are you; tion 12, t4s,r5w, containing 4 68-100
them to tiie best of our judgment.
UndOrithe instruction of the court we
have visited and examined into the con you soo after four o’clock; what’s ailing
dition ami management of tlm county von? Of course those solid (?) men o' aud wifi to J. W. Cowls lot 1, section 12, T. B NELSON. Proprie of?
buildings and various county offices. M e Wheatland are for McMinnville. Thou t 4 8, r 5 w, containing 4 68-100
1 urn prepared
find the court Louse ami jail ill good con
F. IS. Cottle and wife to Benj. Miles, CARRIAGKN.
dition and rejjajr and have no’ re Oui- ire solid for a goal square meal whim-
mendations to make. We find the records arer they can get it, and they are solid
• nd every thing in th« l/verybirt in good slup
Oregonian Railway^’d, Line»
and Hies of the several comity office« for the rest of the day.
W heatland .
•nd on short notice,
neatly ;uii<i orderly kept and the coiuity
Ira K. Vantross and wife to Benj.
officials’prom )it and efficient in the <1-
Tr indent *tock lelt • ith me will receive tin
Miles, 60 acres; (1800.
Sam of csie und »H-ntion.
cluirgebf the duties appertaining to their
Gu d und os re tul dr’vers employed.
W. D. Nichols and wife to Geo. F. Dit-
Until fiirther notice trains will
Oct. 31, 1887.
You wil' find my withle
n Jefferao» Hired
Dated at Lafayette this 28th day of
The church liou«e will be complete*) nars, 121 acres; K00).
arrive and de|mrt from Lufuyeit*
this week outside and in.
E. C. Williams to Wm. VanBuskirk, 2
us follows, to und from I’• •«lutid,
L ewis H oskins , Foreman.
Dr. Goticber. of Amity, is attending or icrea; (80.
8 B“UT hciieb ,
H) a» V M Al H-
nir sick—tlie two Cal laells.
R. Jacobson and wife und L. Bettn an
II H opkins ,
Ltff.itettp.. .2.14 P. M Mouii'fiBlIi 5.1*5 A. M,
J ohn r A llison ,
Mr. McCaskey has moved bia famity uid wife to Win. White anil F. 11. Chain-
Hh.Ti iwti... 4 H4 P. M >
.. » .»•*• A M.
F L K inney ,
ri I mii .... H fO l*. M
. III a f. to -
l lin> n .1$ of n w Ji und ii w Ji of n e J^,
7 7 t* _
I saac L ambuight ,
Mr. ,4. r. Wilton, of Hobsonville, wai octiou 2,15s, r 7 w, coiitjiniiig 164 acres,
Aul« (a* * ) • nò P. M.Airtf*ii*l ( r<-)« I.'.I'. M,
O J L kaiui .
over fir a few days List week shakin; ,360.
. ... h*
2.:: r it
'.. orma lion
3 _ a _ • < li» f«» ’’«•
iah.*’» As«* 1 rt tsifiortli*. or »><•>»» llrietai
hands with his many " frtunds. Come
J. W. McCullough and wife to John
REPORT OF GRAND JURY*.
Slue, evr-.er F ir-« A ITue Mr , Por- hwl oge.
ijunn, lot in McMinnville; (j^yO.
IN Tiia circuit coubt or the state OF
We are under obligations to Mrs
J. 8. Hliibe and wife to Isulwll Ensley,
OBEGON KOB YAMUII.L COUNTY. ,
Frank >tout and her daughter Delia, for
To the Honorable Circuit Court of Yam one of the finest boquets of the season. total, 2 3 and 4, block 21. John's addi
I 11 Lek IIBIMk
tion to McMinnville; (5o0
Many thanks ladies.
hill County for'the March term of 1^187.
•ar» I am »«»: Re-«< r«- K\iJi ml
F 8. Glandun and wife to A. and F.
We. the grand jurors, have examined
Going----- Going------Go----- .
•urtt. Timi I k I‘A* I >< hi g
Forne, land in south n 15, t 3 B, r 4 w;
the countv buildings and find the jail in
tdort* and ui’if h mtf »• on. m J1
Uncle Billy is mourning tie death of (2000.
I’liliH Ir I iiwH» I n »*
good order. The treasurer's office is in ¡■is Italy guard. Poor Bose: he could
ll)i i, Vaii Burm ht, < «r
E. ('. Williams to W' E. Bovd, land in
good shape and the books neatly kept. yank a steer o* throw a hog. but the cow
The clerk’s office is in good coodiiion ami catcher was too much for hint; ho is now
the records well kept. Tho sherifFa of
Virginia R. Mill.ir and J. R.
Mr. and Mm. Stnlcnp have returned
fice is in good order. The court house is
Julia A. Bryan, Fund in t 3 s, r 3 w, con
ilt ,’UST BKCF4TBI» * LABOR ANI
large enough for present need but nut in to their home east of the mountains.
w. deelrrled »torli «I * ove. «ui TIS
J. W. Redd is bull ling a neat barn on taining 3o0 acres; (509.
were.anii prop.»«» R «41 ob,o|»r than ea>
K. W. Phillips and wife to G. W. ho.we in itiecooelr. Everytliing kept on li»no
Having com [doted our duties wo a-k to his lot in east Carlton.
G. W. Bodfe is home visiting bi.i fami Goucher, a part of lot 1, block 11, Amity; *h< repairing done »«iMociorl/. aud silhon
7,,* g *4 pntwt t
be discharged. Respectfully siihmitted,
pin «tra tad with
ly for a tew days.
J ohn H utchckokt , Foreman,
A. W. Lucas and wife to W. D. Fen LAFAYETTE,
O regon .
J. A. H uston ,
Some ono would confer a lasting fiivor
ha pnpU»rltjr «I
t Ln. I H« Ufw
by starting a goal store for us, and would ton, s J( of s e Ji, section 3, and n Ji of
W esley J ones ,
M ilks R obkbtson ,
be apj> eciateil by the natives of Carlton. n e Ji, section 10, t 4 s, r 5 w, IGO acres;
SoM bv a’1
JeU’Sfii ’a CO.,
D. P. T bulungkb ,
’ubiUbera, ho. JQ Eruadwaj. h» Y.
Eight m* re iLivs and then county scat (850.
A. S avage ,
JiTinn A r*. ham
or no countv se it; »prohibition or nc pro
E lwanl Forties und wife to Fred C.
E. E. S elph , Clerk.
hibition ; which ?
Forbes, a part ol A. B. Faidconer’s dona
Drugs at the po**toffioe; candies at the tion claim, 59 12-100 acres; »1.
B eer .—A Circular, meet likely sent out
postoffice; flour nt tl e portoffice; fresh
by the brewers, showing how tho enact moat
Edwin Popplet n and wife to C. F.
twice a week nt the postoffioc.
------ DEALER I«---------
ment an-J enforcement cf prohibition will
lferrett, 50 acres; (COO.
Any one wanting a John Deer plow call
injure the hop arid hurley raisers, has on II. C. Plummer and lie will order you
W. J. McCounell und wife to James
fallen into our hands. It is urged that grow - one or anything in the machine lino.
Thoi^i, land in t 3 s, r 4 w; (1.
eis of these articles will sustain a diiect
H awk -E yb .
wrfl. Mi Connell and wife to A. D.
—West Cheltalein, Oregon,—
lose by the adoption of prohibition. If
Runnells, 8 70-100 acres; (1500.
there is no other use to which heps and
U. b. Patent to I.'. 8. Holman and
parley can be put then of course these staring the people of McMinnville in the W ife 640 acres.
’Vishe« to infoern tne
growers will have to turn thefr attention face. What wo mean by this Is that they
U. E. Henderson to Martha P. Kirk^
West CJiehaletn, and vimnily,
to Hometiling else. You have only to
wood 1 uere; (175.
that he kee|* on hand. * com
consider what is best for all in this mut the farmers and gonoral public can get
O. K. Fenton, referee, to as. McCul
plete stiK-k ot
ter. The circular states that 25,000 peo any thing there but chop. How is this lough, s w Ji of n v Ji and w Ji of s w Ji,
for enterprise and building up a large
ple in this state wonl l ba depri
sec tion 12, and n w Ji ol n w Ji, section 13,
town? What mak » large towns and
their present means of obtaining a
15 «, r 6 w, 100 a<Tvs; (301.
If beer and whisky making, drinking and cities? Manufactories that gjvo employ
T. F. Tupper a part of Wm. Bramsm’s
rr/tocenits hat », cap *
selling are all rigtit then’ these people
donation claim, Ji acre; (101.08.
ought not to be injured by the interfer er lias to diapcse of, and wh**reyouciu>get
Wm. Krrron and wife to T. J. Stimson,
ence of prohibition, but if them things yonr money for yourwheat wit bout il being block 13 in Amity; (500.
and TINWARE. In fact every-
are not right they are wrong and should shipped to Portland or el ewhore heioru
A. T. Menlur and wife to Milton Cady,
THIS is the
thing tta'ially found in a^”’"»'7
be prohibited, let the consequence be you can gi t V»V f**r it. let the pooplo rt a port of I. (1. Conger's donation claim,
McMinn vhla «how a db*po»Hlon fl mt to
what it *.11.
spend tlwir' own money in buil ling and 150 75 100 acres; (1200.
M cheap m can be bonght in Chimney, all others si
Wlttn BOTKEkCl DAUCHTEStt
starting a go, d mill before tliey aik tlie
Yamhill County. BS^Jlighest are imitations.
Be your own physician 1 A lad ■ who people to throw away go- d county prop acres in t 2 «, r 8 w.
This is ths
L. and T. Hijctanb to W. R. Brown,
for years suffered from distressing female
market pric* paid for ; roduc*. I
eomplaints, weaknesses, etc., so common
label on •
H« ba» al-<
N. Hwt-er Htton to Chdh. E. Hitton, a
to her sex, and had despaired of • < ore, build and improve their town for them.
»•««* olK "A*
finally found remedies which completely Tliey go on th# principle if you cannot part of dimation Haim of N. K. bitton, ahlr
ilait ai’« "r
t’«»fi'*-,r panl alar«
uxxitaining 100 sere ; »2000.70.
«ft •> ra
jp -1 her. Any suffeier c n use them make yonr town grow fart enough, get
f «-bool I ind commiaaiiwier» to Hersh N. call a« th« aii'l»raigna<l
J. If.Taaraa. W~l ■ tab»I ».
and thus cure herself, witlxsit ths
aid of s physician. From feelings of
Y..i«hWI Oatuafy. Oi-agoa.
gratitude she will send two preseriotions you oct. Your m urtiroeai town needs prop, section Z8, t 2 «, r 5 w, J20 acres; (1300
—which cured tier—and an iflnstrated ping up, snd os a prominent man in your • Mortgage», recorded during the month
pamphlet entited “The .Mepping-dtooe to town said a few days ago: “I tell bur amonntod to 126.689 and releases to about
Health,” and full instm-tUHis, sealed.
Address (with 2-cent stamp), Mas. W. C. friends in McMinnville we must win or
H olmes , 658 Bnxdwat, N. Y. (Maine we will tia .i! a dead town on oer *
O_FFT ° K-1’ Insisti
for th*» o_> xt li .-f yetttoJ!
Oil 29, 1887.
—I Am Underselling Them All
Wall & Ceiling Paliers
Deseased Feet Cured, Interfering
Forging and Knee Hitting
Geo. W. Burt,
Narrow Gaoio Sysloffl.
Portland & Wilamette Valley R’f
R. P. UNGERMAN,
j . i.
G eee ^’ l M e ^ haedise
DRY goods ,
BOOTS & SHOES
r“ “-*?* Lafeyette Laundry.
If y<~ rant to prevent
Ibis, vote for Latayette.
Rcyal Road to Fortunfl
G. H. WESTERFILD/
wamtote at 90 cents -and hold them at 8 ort, vote (<jr Lafayette.
percent.-, but a great Iona and hardship
to the taxpwyww.